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2017-2018 Cayenne – Manual

2017-2018 Cayenne – Manual

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Setting and changing the desired speed

  1. Adaptive cruise control is switched on.
  2. Vehicle is moving.
  3. No stationary objects are detected in front.

Setting the desired speed

  1. Press the control lever on the steering wheel forward (Fig. 2 on page 39, 1).
    The current speed is saved as the desired speed to be maintained automatically (within a control range from 20 to 130 mph (30 to 210 km/h)) and appears orange in the status display B.
    The red triangle G under the progress bar for the speed control range shows the speed of your vehicle.
  2. Release the accelerator pedal.
    The desired speed is maintained automatically unless a vehicle traveling in front is detected as driving slower than the desired speed.

Information
If your vehicle is stopped and you press the control lever forward (position 1), a message that ACC cannot be activated when parked appears on the multifunction display.

If a stationary object was detected in front, a message also appears on the multifunction display.


Increasing the desired speed

  • Press the control lever on the steering wheel forward (position 1).
    The desired speed setting is increased in increments of 1 mph (1 km/h).
    – or –
    Press the control lever on the steering wheel forward and keep it pressed (position 1).
    The desired speed setting is increased in increments of 5 mph (10 km/h).
    The status display B shows the new desired speed.
    The red triangle G under the progress bar for the speed control range shows the speed of your vehicle.

Reduce desired speed

  • Briefly pull the control lever on the steering wheel towards the steering wheel (position 2).
    The desired speed setting is reduced in increments of 1 mph (1 km/h).
    – or –
    Pull the control lever on the steering wheel towards the steering wheel and keep it pulled (position 2).
    The desired speed setting is reduced in increments of 5 mph (10 km/h).
    The status display B shows the new desired speed.
    The red triangle G under the progress bar for the speed control range shows the speed of your vehicle.


Setting the desired distance

The desired distance from the vehicle in front can be set in four stages.

Fig. 4: Setting the desired distance

Information
When you are setting the desired distance, the “ACC” main menu for adaptive cruise control is displayed temporarily on the multifunction display.

When you first actuate the rocker switch Z, the “ACC” main menu appears without changing the desired distance.


Information
The distance depends on the driving speed. The slower the vehicle is traveling, the shorter the distance and the faster the vehicle is traveling, the longer the distance.


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